'Isidore' can also refer to...

Canevale, Isidore (1730—1786)

Charles Isidore Hemans (1817—1876) antiquary

Dunbar Isidore Heath (1816—1888) Church of England clergyman

Glabas, Isidore (1380—1384)


Isidore de Lara (1858—1935) composer

Isidore I Boucheiras

Isidore Konti (1862—1938)

Isidore Mercator

Isidore of Kiev (1462)

Isidore of Miletus

Isidore of Pelousion

Isidore of Seville (c. 560—636) Spanish archbishop and Doctor of the Church

Isidore Okpewho (b. 1941)

Isidore Ostrer (1889—1975) financier and film producer

Isidore S. Obot

Isidore the Farmer (c. 1080—1130)

Isidore the Younger

Isidore 'Tuts' Washington (1907—1984)

Joseph-Isidore Samson (1793—1871)


Simon Isidore Phillips (1907—1973) clarinettist and musical arranger

St Isidore (d. c. 440)


Quick Reference

Male forename, name of two saints.

St Isidore of Seville (c. 560–636), a Spanish archbishop and Doctor of the Church. He is noted for his Etymologies, an encyclopedic work used by many medieval authors. His feast day is 4 April.

St Isidore the farmer (c. 1080–1130), the Spanish patron of Madrid, and of farmers; he worked as a labourer on a farm near Madrid, and according to one legend was once seen being assisted in his ploughing by a second team of white oxen driven by angels. His emblem is a sickle, and his feast day is 15 May.

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